Dermot Desmond

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 The Deutsche Post  headquarters in Bonn, Germany. Deutsche Post shares rose 3.3 per cent  for the largest gain on the German market

The Iseq strode ahead by 1.6 per cent yesterday as European shares rebounded due to anticipated stimulus measures from the European C(...)

Dr Michael Smurfit will launch his book, fittingly at the UCD Smurfit Graduate School of Business

The launch of Dr Michael Smurfit’s A Life Worth Living will be an eagerly anticipated occas(...)

Jockey Barry Geraghty kisses the Stan James Champion Hurdle Challenge Trophy after winning on Jezki. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

A Champion Hurdle win and a record-breaking sixth successive victory by the Queen of Cheltenham Quevega should have been enough to send Irish (...)

Dermot Desmond

Dermot Desmond doesn’t normally bother with journalists, unless they bother him. But he spoke recently to Celtic V(...)

Majority shareholder Dermot Desmond   predicts a “visionary” future on the international arena for Celtic. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Majority shareholder Dermot Desmond claims Celtic are the best-performing club on and off the pitch in Britain and predicts a “visionary” futur(...)

Wilbur Ross is a big fan of Richie Boucher and his management team. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bank of Ireland’s share price has been under pressure this week. By close of business yesterday it had declined by about 16 per cent on its clo(...)

Denis O’Brien grew his wealth by $800 million last year, according to Forbes, making him the second richest person in Ireland and the 234th in the world with a fortune of $6 billion. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Denis O’Brien, the telecoms and media entrepeneur, added $800 million (€579m) to his fortune in 2013, according to the just published Forbes Bi(...)

Matt Moran (left)  and David Drumm, former chief finance office and  chief executive of  Anglo Irish Bank, pictured in 2006. Photograph: Eric Luke/Irish Times

Brendan Grehan SC, for former Anglo Irish Bank director Pat Whelan, began his questioning of his client’s former colleague Matt Moran politely.(...)

Aer Lingus: Closed the day down 0.68 per cent at just under €1.61. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Iseq treaded water on a quiet day of trading as European stocks generally closed little changed, trimming losses in(...)

Andrew Murphy, chief executive Slainte Healthcare, announcing new jobs  with Minister for Enterprise Richard Bruton and Minister for Health James Reilly. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Big projects always start with a big idea.The History of the IFSC, a book by Irish Times journalist Fiona Reddan, recounts how Charles Haughey gatecra(...)

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